Chelsea Fans Disturbing Lagos As They Design Keke Napep With Blues Stickers And Flag


Chelsea fans have taken their excitement to another level by design Keke Napep with blues stickers and blues flag.

The Blues go head-to-head in the final of the competition to be staged at the Stadio do Dragao in Portugal for a chance to win the coveted title.

Chelsea have won the competition once – having reached the final for a third time, while Manchester City are in the final for the first time in the club’s history.

Football fans are already excited ahead of the encounter, but Chelsea supporters have continued to do the unthinkable before the match.

Latest footage shows a man and a woman emerge from a Keke Napep on the streets of Lagos as they are clad in Blues’ costume of Chelsea football club.

Hanging on the keke which had the inscription ‘Chief Agbale 1’ were two branded Chelsea flags as they continued to taunt passersby before the game.

The Nigerian internet space is already agog for the battle, but Chelsea fans in the most populous African country have taken their support to a whole new height.

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They have stormed every possible social media platform with photos cows as they prepare for celebrations – of course, only if they win.

Nigerians, despite the hardship, are branded as “happiest places on earth” and making barbecue out of animal foods is very common in the country.

And in their bid to celebrate the Champions League glory after their final match against the Citizens, Chelsea fans have spent lavishly on cows as they further colour them in Blue ahead of the ‘party at night’.

Pep Guardiola who is leading the Citizens to the final of the competition for the first time in their history is already speaking ahead of the showdown.

The manager was quick to admit that Chelsea have a very strong squad and says it would be a pretty difficult game in Porto.

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